Connection State

Posted on 2007-11-22
Last Modified: 2010-08-05
How do I access the advanced menu in Outlook - Connection State menu?  I know there is a shortcut and I cannot remember what!  It is so that I see the connection credentials etc.
Question by:Powerhousecomputing
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Hello Powerhousecomputing,

Keyboard shortcut  To open the Send/Receive Groups dialog box, press Ctrl+Alt+S.


Hope this helps!

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I did not ask to open the send & receive groups - are you drunk?

Bottom right hand corner of Outlook - where it says connected/offline - there is an advanced menu shortcut - that's the one I am after.
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Jeffrey Kane - TechSoEasy earned 500 total points
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Hold the CTRL key down and click on the Outlook Icon in the task bar to show the Connection Status option.


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Thanks but I had already worked it out.
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In that case you should have posted the solution so that other experts don't waste their time responding.  

Then post a request to the Community Support Zone to close this question and refund your points.

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